Established in 1937, the Indian River Drive Freeholders Association is
St. Lucie County's oldest property owner group.  
Not an HOA or POA, IRD Freeholders is a voluntary organization that becomes the voice of our neighborhood in crises and the basis for a social network within our community all the rest of the time.  
 
Our goal is to protect the distinct beauty and uniqueness of The Drive as we stand guard against those factors that could cause it harm. 
Contact:  dianagregory@comcast.net 
35 on the Drive
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Family Fun!!
Savannas Preserve State Park
Pioneer Day Festival:  
Saturday, January 30  10am - 3 pm
Link to Park:   Tickets Required

NEXT COMMUNITY MEETING
Thursday, January 21, 2021
Annual Business Meeting:  7 - 7:30 pm
Meeting & Presentation via Zoom
(Link to be provided)
Happy Holidays & A Better New Year to All
Many thanks to our great November speaker   
Daniel Farkas, B.A., 
Head of Operations, Aquaco Farms
http://www.aquaco.com
 
 
  

Everyone

Welcome to Attend

COVID-19 Information

CDC Website:   CDC Guidelines

SLC Guidelines:   SLC Guidelines

PROTECT YOURSELF & OTHERS

Wear a facemask

Wash hands frequently (20 seconds)

Avoid close contact (6 feet)

Avoid groups (more than 10)

Stay safe, be well.

Check out this website:  www.Earth911.com

Test Your Smarts:  Battery Recycling Challenge

 
PROJECT L.O.S.T.
Locating Our Survivors Timely
Providing Services & Tools for Caregivers To Avoid Tragedies Wandering and Elopement
Call SLCSO/Crime Prevention:
772  871.5303

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